Friday, July 18, 2014

Loonie Toonie 200KM Trail Run

 This was forward to me from Gary C. thinking maybe there was someone just itching to do a 200k race.
Unfortunately I am sleeping in that day.
1. 2 for 1!  We are offering 2 to come for the price of 1, that's $750 for two, or $375 each!  Great deal considering we just had a professional consultant value our LT race at $2000!!!!  We are also still honoring the early bird price at $550 for one.

2.  Refer a friend!  If you refer a friend (this means you), we will offer you cash back or $100 off your own entry fee!  So I could send you a check for $100 or take $100 off the entry fee when you are able to race with use.
 http://www.kaslosufferfest.com/run-races/loonie-toonie/  

Monday, June 30, 2014

July 5th Fanshawe Cottage Run from Casa Del Mannering

Our retired Toronto fireman and fellow trail kicker , Mark M. has made the mistake of asking if he could host the July 5th Fanshawe Run from his summer home on Fanshawe Lake.

As you may recall he also had the Vulture Bait Race water station posted and manned from here last year.

So, I have a link to a Google Map that will get you to within  a few meters of his cottage, so please click this link: Mannering Cottage for general directions.

Please bring a lawn chair for after as we will have beverages and munchies available. And to show our thanks I would ask that if we each brought something to add to the table, it would be a nice gesture. 

Start time is 8:01 AM as usual.
Please Carry Water.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Woo Hoo Danny Get's an X-Ray


It's true!
Danny took a fall last week on the trail and had to have x-rays done.
I will leave the findings up to you.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

If You Cant Show Up For a Run

At Least Have a Good Excuse

On May 10th Tomas D. was absent, but he did contact me with a good reason why.... he was in Russia.
And for those of us who know him expect that if there is a challenge to be had on his business excursions, he will find and conquer.
The following pictures were sent from Tomas from his climb of Mt. Elbrus in the Caucasus Mountains in Russia. (5,642m / 18,519ft)
And all we did was run Fanshawe.